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varias capas de ropa y utilice guantes y gorras antes de salir a la calle.. tambien cuide de sus mascotas... los termometros han registrado en las ultimas horas un notable descenso en las temperaturas... pasamos ahora con fanny gutierrez...* fanny, o se queda esta ola de frio polar en la region?.. ya no quiero hablarle de nieve porque despues le se inicia el segundo mandato del presidente barack obama y la reforma migratoria parece estar entre los temas mas importantes en su agenda... fernando pizarro nos amplia..*+ las palabras del presidente obama en su discurso inaugural sobre la necesidad de solucionar el tema migratorio dio pie a que asesores del presidente confirmen la intencion de la casa blanca de impulsar la reforma pronto. el vocero de la casa blanca indico este martes que el presidente mantiene su intencion de empujar por 1 reforma migratoria a inicios de este segundo periodo. el mantendra ese compromiso. no tengo un calendario programado hoy, pero pueden esperar que el seguira adelante con eso." el presidente obama y la primera dama participaron este martes en el servicio nac
es un dolor de cabeza, la toma de posesiÓn es maÑana pero la seguridad y los cortes de calles empezaron hace dÍas un consejo para quienes vienen >>> dejar su auto en una estaciÓn de metro y usar la transportaciÓn pÚblica >>> natalie trabaja para la toma de posesiÓn >>> aprendimos mucho de la vez pasada y nos aseguramos de que el pÚblico tenga la informaciÓn accesible lo mÁs antes posible >>> Él tiene toda la informaciÓn que necesita >>> no hace 4 aÑos vine y estaba, vinimos estaba mucho frÍo >>> prefiere mirarlo por televisiÓn, maÑana harÁ frÍo pero no como hace 4 aÑos y quienes viven en california vale la pena tolerarlo >>> es algo feliz estar aquÍ >>> grandioso tambiÉn en terminos logÍsticos, 13 mil soldados y agentes de diferentes agencias encargados de la seguridad, cientos de trabajadors armando y desarmando millas de cercos y un dices fui le de estas carrozas que esperaron su momento de gloria. hace 4 aÑos la naciÓn eli jgio sufroamericano, maÑana viene un millÓn cuÁl es la diferencia entre el primer y segundo perÍodo. >>> lo que cambia es que t
oportunidad. >>> nuestro viaje no habrá terminado, mientras todos nuestros hijos desde las calles de detroit hasta las montañas de apalacha, hasta newtown sepan que velamos por ellos y nos importan y están a salvo esa es la tarea de nuestra generación, hacer que estas palabras, que estos derechos, que estos valores, de vida, libertad y la búsqueda de la felicidad, sean una realidad para cada estadounidense, el ser fieles a nuestros documentos fundacionales, no requieren que estemos de acuerdo con cada aspecto de la vida ,o que todos sigamos la misma senda a la felicidad, el progreso no nos obliga a renunciar a debates de larga data sobre el papel del gobierno, pero sí nos obliga a actuar en nuestros tiempos, ahora tenemos ante nosotros decisiones que no podemos dilatra por más tiempo, no podemos confundir absolutismo por principios., >>> o sustituir un espectáculo con la político, o que el intercambio de insultos es un debate razonable, tenemos que actuar, sabiendo que nuestro trabajo y sus resultados serán inciertos, que las victorias son solo parciales, y quienes estén aquí en 4
llegaron hasta la capital. "para mi es importante " "fueron 2800 las aplicaciones que se sometieron para ser parte de este desfile, 58 fueron aceptadas, 5 de ellas eran de grupos hispanos. desde washington dc silvana quiroz univision" calles cerradas y mÚltiples centros de inspecciÓn fueron algunas medidas tomadas para resguardar la vida del presidente y miles de espectadores que visitaron la capital para presenciar la toma de posesiÓn del presidente barak obama .. lilian mass nos amplia... hubo quienes que tuvieron que sacar hasta el ultimo papel e sus bolsillos y quienes nil as interminables colas, ni las bajas temperaturas los hicieron desistir de su objetivo " bueno aunque haga un poquito de frÍo .. estoy aqui con mi amiga alley para poder disfrutar la celebraciÓn .. para estar aquÍ con todo el mundo y creo que va a ser una experiencia para tener para mi vida .. hubo quienes quisieron ser parte de la historia, y quienes querÍan representar a los hispanos en esta toma de posesiÓn " tanbien nosotros tenemos una voz en este paÍs y al venir acÁ le enseÑamos a obama de que
" calles cerradas y mÚltiples centros de inspecciÓn fueron algunas medidas tomadas para resguardar la vida del presidente y miles de espectadores que visitaron la capital para presenciar la toma de posesiÓn del presidente barak obama .. lilian mass nos amplia... hubo quienes que tuvieron que sacar hasta el ultimo papel e sus bolsillos y quienes nil as interminables colas, ni las bajas temperaturas los hicieron desistir de su objetivo " bueno aunque haga un poquito de frÍo .. estoy aqui con mi amiga alley para poder disfrutar la celebraciÓn .. para estar aquÍ con todo el mundo y creo que va a ser una experiencia para tener para mi vida .. hubo quienes quisieron ser parte de la historia, y quienes querÍan representar a los hispanos en esta toma de posesiÓn " tanbien nosotros tenemos una voz en este paÍs y al venir acÁ le enseÑamos a obama de que aquÍ estamos para ayudarle a el " " momentos histÓricos como que no vamos a estar aquÍ apoyando y mas que nada celebrando que un gran presidente ha sido reelegido y el prÓximo un latino el despliegue de seguridad que tuvo el ser
filling in for steph with chris and jim and jacki at the l.a. bureau. we have a call from georgia featuring the lovefest of barack obama and hillary clinton. hi there patricia. you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: hi, good morning. i was just calling to express how i felt the interview was a great expression of how two adversaries can come together for the common good and rise above their disagreements for the betterment of america. >> john: i agree. it was most inspiring. >> it really was. how everyone keeps saying it is an endorsement for her presidency. i don't think it was. i think it was an example for our kids. i know my 14-year-old daughter took that away that how they bitterly fought and how in the end, what they disagreed on, came together to work toward the betterment of our country and it is such a wonderful example of what real democracy should be. differing ideas coming together for the greater good. >> john: i couldn't agree more. you stated it beautifully. thank you for the call. it is interesting. i thought one of the best moments of it was hillary and
, the l.a. times, wall street journal, "the washington post," following stone, guardian over in england covered this, by the way, they called you a right-wing blow hard. >> bill: what a shock. it's communist paper as far left as you can get. >> far left paper, no question. >> bill: right. >> websites all around the world covered it and i think they covered it because you two, you and jon stewart, put on a good show and the media loves a good show because you bring in an audience and he brings in an audience and all of these other news organizations want to run, you know, play off of your coat tails and get hits on their website and increase circulation, however they cover this thing. so, i think, i think even if two intellectual giants, like william f buckley, and gore vidale were still with us and held a 90-minute debate it wouldn't get as much attention as the debate that you and jon stewart got. >> bill: okay. >> i'm just saying, all right? the second point i want to make is that because the media loves jon stewart and they really love him, they were willing to tolerate you. (laughte
tribune. obama calls for collective action. l.a. times, obama uses inauguration to spotlight policy pledges. politico, obama testifies to the power of government. boston globe, marking the start of second term obama calls for unity and action. john, you were out front there. your take on this speech and kind of what you thought. >> we knew going in there was going to be a call for common ground on certain issues, not on every issue. the president feels he needs to take the lead on certain issues in his agenda that he wants to get pushed through, taxes, immigration and the like. but other issues he believes that there is room for cooperation. what you really have here though, bret, is the intersection of ideologies. you have one party is saying that they are promoting the idea of individualism and pulling yourself up from your bootstraps to become whatever the american dreams allows you to have. on the other side of the fence, the idea of the collective working to make life better. if they want to get anything done they need to find a way to bridge those two gaps, right now this city
. >> humberto sanchez is a staff writer for "roll call." >> president obama will be in las vegas tomorrow to outline his immigration policy. our live coverage is here on c- span just before 3:00 eastern. ♪ >> if we turn away from the needs of others, we align ourselves with those forces which are bringing about this suffering. >> the white house is a bully pulpit, and you ought to take advantage of it. >> obesity in this country is nothing short of a public health crisis. >> i had little antennas that pointed up and told me when somebody had their own agenda. >> there is a much influence in the office. it would be a shame to waste it. >> i think they serve as a window on the past to what was going on with american women. >> she becomes the chief confidante. she is in a way the only person in the world he can trust. >> many of the first ladies, they were writers. journalists, they wrote books. >> they are in many cases more interesting as human being than their husbands. if because they are not first and foremost defined and limited by political ambition. >> dolly was both socially adept
him is -- legging out his immigration priorities. -- in las vegas. we're opening up the phone calls to get your thoughts on immigration. here are the numbers to use if you are a democrat 202-585-385. republicans 202-585-386. also, if you are on twitter, #immigration. as we have been doing throughout the day, opening up facebook. the question there, same one we are asking this afternoon, what are your priorities on immigration policy? albert in maine. caller: ok, in french that is pronounced cartier. i agree wholeheartedly with the president on his policies, but someone should alert the president that the greatest immigration group in the united states was the st. lawrence seaway to chicago to des moines, all through the mississippi valley down to new orleans. remember, the louisiana purchase was from france. he did not include them in the immigrants from other worlds. someone should tell the president that this is a tremendous oversight. host: you are in a border state. is there still could turn and main about immigration? caller: not much concern now, but he cited the american popu
, ann. howard, out in los angeles what do you say >> caller: thank you for taking my call. >> bill: it's good. i remember you on channel 2 in l.a. >> bill: i had a lot of good time in l.a. i would like to get back there some day and probably will. >> caller: come out. i would like to see you on something. >> bill: thank you. >> caller: he has some backbone. obama show some backbone. people had your back. people around here are unemployed, problems with persistence and we had his back in the first term. now, i read an article all of the road blocked were in front of him. >> bill: yeah. yeah. >> caller: he did a lot, you know. so we are about ready to see something for our money in los angeles because all of our problems in california. we are hanging tough. one thing i can say about california, we have a democratic legislature, so jerry brown is able to do some things out here. >> bill: jerry brown got that initiative passed. the voters not only passed the initiative which enables jerry brown to bring the economy back and with a balanced progra
is coached by the older brother john and two brothers will be facing off on what some are calling harbaugh bowl. tickets start at 21 $100 and we even found one going to the 50- yard seat. you will hear what he said to his teammates just before the win. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> well about a dozen people were arrested after fans spilled on to the streets following the 49ers big victory. this is the scene in the mission district late last night yesterday shortly after the thrilling victory in the nfc championship game. they took people of the people into the public but police did everything following the world series in the fall. for more click on the nfc championship tab with coach harbaugh and team players. >> some good stuff to check out. time now 6:38 is now a good time to ride on 880. >> you will find a lot of the areas doing well and traffic begins to look got a and if you are driving it should be a nice drive for you. bart is on a saturday schedule and keep that in mind if you are taking bart anywhere, most areas are on a weekend system and parking will be en
is against all that. on december 21, wayne la pierre blamed all of these mass shootings on the mass media. let's take a look at what he had to say. >> then they all had the nerve to call it entertainment. is that what it really is? isn't fanaticizing about killing people really the filthiest form of pornography. they compete with one another to shock, violate and offend every standard of life but by bringing in even a more toxic mix of reckless behavior and criminal cruelty right into our homes. >> let's blame hollywood. let's blame the culture of violence. let's blame the movies. except literally 20 miles away from where he was speaking the nra museum had an exhibit known as "hollywood guns." where they glorify guns that are used in hollywood movies. let's take a look at an nra spokesperson actually a curator for the museum talking about this in greater detail. >> welcome to the gallery of the national firearms museum. this year's special exhibit is called hollywood guns. the firearms on exhibit here range from the early 30s all the way up to films that have not come out in the theater y
l.a. march 1st. best bury long island june 1st. check it all out on bill o'reilly.com. love to see you. in a minute letterman and lauer calling al gore a hypocrite. did you sigh that up >> back of the book segment tonight. did you see that? juliet huddy off tonight joining us from los angeles the always effervescent leslie marshall. now, leslie, as you know, leslie your guy al gore who you once dated i believe way back, way back, is he getting pounded gore is in the court of public opinion selling phony cable network to al jazeera. >> what country. >> cutter. >> that's -- >> -- gas and oil. >> gas and oil. so you are selling this television network to a gas and oil supported elm rit. it's not elm rit. it's independent country. >> one of the elm rites. it's independent. of the closest ally of the u.s. in the arab world our fleet is there. >> isn't that one of the problems with global warming our dependence on petroleum producing countries? >> yes, it is. >> so you al gore are doing business with this country. [ laughter ] >> that's enabling your ultimate foe, climate change? >> i th
. on february 22nd also miller and i will see new l.a. march 1st. best bury long island june 1st. check it all out on bill o'reilly.com. love to see you. in a minute letterman and lauer calling al gore a hypocrite. did you sigh that up next. about a study that looked at the long term health benefits of taking multivitamins. they used centrum silver for the study... so i guess my wife was right. [ male announcer ] centrum. always your most complete. by the armful? by the barrelful? e carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. is a better car than camry. to argue would be rude. nissan altima. with moving-object detection. lease now. just $199 per month. visit choosenissan.com. road and track called sentra an economy car minus the look and feel of an economy car. wonder how civic and corolla look and feel about that. the all-new nissan sentra, with best-in-class mpg. lease for $169 per month. visit choosenissan.com. >> back of the book segment tonight. did you see that? juliet
, right? >> right. and immediately you are called a racist because it just so happens most illegal immigrants crossing that border happen to be hispanic. >> bill: all right. so you were in the middle of that. and la raza was after you? >> media matters. center for poverty, the southern poverty law center without hint of conscious attacking and offering baseless charges just because they want to pursue ideological goal that was in opposition. >> bill: they also wanted to send a message to other people you better not take dobbs' stance or we are going to get you like we are trying to get dobbs. >> the politics of personal destruction have overtaken the country, particularly the ideological left. >> bill: so now we do a report that says the authorities in new york state know that some people using these cards in strip clubs, liquor stores and this and that we report it it, you are picking on the poor. you hate the poor, da'da da'da da'da da'da. rather than saying gee, that's wrong, there should be a law against it and how big is the problem? that's exactly right. these electronic bene
place. i present to you le chateau de la tour. it's not just some poncy place in the midwest that put on a french name to sound fancy. this is a place in france. it's located about 40 miles outside paris in a place called chantilly. it apparently has fine dining and live music. they have a pool table in the bar where you can play billiard anglais. you can also get hot stone massages. and here is the entrance sign for the hotel driveway. you see the little arrow there on the right? those two guys who look like they're wearing matching ski jackets from an old olympics opening ceremony, those are actually the french police. and they are guarding the chateau de la tour because the taliban is there. the taliban is at the chateau de la tour, i should be clear, because they were invited. see, technically what our troops are doing in afghanistan is supporting what is supposed to be the afghan government's war against the taliban. and representatives from the afghan government and the taliban spent last month at this hotel in chantilly, france, talking about peace, talking about how the war en
anything. there is no blood oath. it is that is who i am going to be meeting with. but i am going to call it as i see it. host: senator angus king, justin is on the phone, las vegas. caller: can you support in remarks as a way to get congressman to talk to each other again -- earmarks as a way to get congressmen to talk to each other again? guest: earmarks and corker are in the same category. -- pork are in teh samhe same category. the idea of these tiny things going into a larger appropriations bill that nobody knows about or sees i do not think is a good idea. i think this process should be opened. there should be a justification for it. it should be part of an open process. the second part of your question, getting congressman to talk to each other is really important. one of the problems here -- i did not know if you're watching earlier, but i mentioned that i work here almost 40 years ago -- is relationships. one of the things that has changed is that the airline service is so much better, everyone goes home for the weekend. families are back home. the relationships are not built. th
, the las vegas sports book says the amount of money placed odd this game may come close to the highest 5789 ever. that was $95 million in 2006. they are calling the 49ers, rainfalls match-up an intriguing game because of the brother coaches. ray louis's coming retirement. san francisco currently favored by 4. >> congressman, you have to be for the 49ers. >> i was with nancy pelosi last night. baltimore and representing san francisco. >> 49ers. >> she is 49ers? >> yeah. absolutely. it's tough, you know, her family roots are deep in baltimore. >> coaches rivalry. >> it was the after party at the whitehouse late monday night after the two inaugural balls. washington post reports celebrities including kelly clarkson, ashley judd katie perry were at the executive mansion until at least 2:30 in the morning partying it up. the president and first lady were there no word on how lay they stayed up. >> that hereminds me of some of the parties i used to attend in sacrament 0 when i was living there. >> i don't want to talk about those. >> don't you think it's a
. the simon wiesenthal in l.a. -- received an award for holding a conference in indonesia that brought imams and survivors from the holocaust, and it was on the newspaper, if my friend ahmadinejad says the holocaust didn't exist, i call him a liar. so you can look at the friends of america who are muslims and you look at the enemy who are trying to take the united states and replace it with sharia law. a young medical lieutenant who went to a conference and the imam gets up there and says that we have to take the word of god, the koran, and replace the constitution with it. he -- like the 27-year-old said, that's sedition, and anybody in this audience should leave. he was in uniform. so what we need to do in america is to find out who is our enemy? and know one has been able to articulate that until rick santorum did so. he completely understands the threat. we are at war. the algerian incident, the libyan incident, the cole bombing, this is not isolated incidents by kid with 17-year-old acne cases and think i'm going to blow somebody up. this is a concerted evident to take down america and
this is the way to do. >> >> mum betterow sanchez is a staff writer for "roll call." thank you. >> thank you very much. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] >> president obama will be in las vegas tomorrow to outline his proposed changes to immigration policy. our live coverage this year on c-span just before 3:00 p.m. eastern. >> if we turn away from the needs of others, we align ourselves with those forces which are bringing about this suffering. >> the white house is a pulpit and you ought to take advantage of it. >> obesity in this country is nothing short of a public health crisis. >> i think i just have little antennas that stand up and tell me when somebody had their own agenda. >> so much influence in that office. just a shame to waste it. >> i think they serve as a window on the past, to what was going on with american women. >> she becomes the chief confidant. she's really in a way the only one in the world he can trust. >> many of the women who were first ladies were writers. journalists, they wrote books. >> t
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